Partnering with Parents to Make Disciples

Student ministries are for middle and high school and are purposed to partner with parents to make disciples. Because we believe that Scripture is clear that parents are the primary disciple-makers in the lives of their children, our hope is to partner with parents in their pursuit of this mission, coming alongside them in the discipleship process. We do this in many ways, but especially through various environments, materials and relationships.

OUR GOAL is to see students love Jesus deeply, know what it means to follow him, and serve the local church and their community.  

Shared Values

We are driven to meet our goal through the grace of God and:

Parents as the Primary Disciplers
Together we value the family as the primary learning community for students and provides the most comprehensive context to teach students a biblical perspective on life.

Gospel Centered Community
Together we value an environment where student can engage one another in gospel-centered conversations.

Connected to the Church Body
Together we value each student’s gifts. And, enabled by the Holy Spirit, are able to serve and build up the body like every other member

We value equipping students for a life of service to Christ


Sunday Morning | 9:00-10:00
All students meet together on the second floor in room #201 for a time of fellowship and Bible study.  Our current study is apologetics. Students need to be prepared about differing world views and how to articulate their faith. This is a 17-week study that will equip teens to effectively explain why they believe what they believe.

Wednesday Evening | 6:30-8:00
All students meet together in the student area for a time of games, worship and teaching. Students then break up into small groups based on their age and gender.  Small groups are adult-led and are a time for students to engage in application-based discussion and prayer.